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Comment:A better hyperlink for althttpd documentation in ssl.wiki.
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User & Date: drh 2019-08-07 04:02:52
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2019-08-07
08:41
Added info about althttpd to footnote 2 in fossil-v-git.wiki, which gives details about the web serving configuration of fossil-scm.org. check-in: 5866461e user: wyoung tags: trunk
04:02
A better hyperlink for althttpd documentation in ssl.wiki. check-in: 977109d3 user: drh tags: trunk
02:37
Merged two nearly-redundant points about branch names syncing in fossil-v-git doc. check-in: 16ea738a user: wyoung tags: trunk
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scheme on generated hyperlinks.


<h3 id="althttpd">stunnel + althttpd</h3>

The public SQLite and Fossil web sites can't just use stunnel + Fossil
because parts of the web site are static, served by
[https://www.sqlite.org/docsrc/file/misc/althttpd.c|a separate web
server called <tt>althttpd</tt>], written by the primary author of both
SQLite and Fossil. It is a lightweight HTTP-only web server. It handles
the static HTTP hits on <tt>sqlite.org</tt> and <tt>fossil-scm.org</tt>,
delegating HTTPS and dynamic Fossil content hits to stunnel and Fossil.

The only documentation for althttpd currently is in its header comment.
As is typical for drh software, althttpd is a single-file C program, so







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<h3 id="althttpd">stunnel + althttpd</h3>

The public SQLite and Fossil web sites can't just use stunnel + Fossil
because parts of the web site are static, served by
[https://sqlite.org/docsrc/doc/trunk/misc/althttpd.md|a separate web
server called <tt>althttpd</tt>], written by the primary author of both
SQLite and Fossil. It is a lightweight HTTP-only web server. It handles
the static HTTP hits on <tt>sqlite.org</tt> and <tt>fossil-scm.org</tt>,
delegating HTTPS and dynamic Fossil content hits to stunnel and Fossil.

The only documentation for althttpd currently is in its header comment.
As is typical for drh software, althttpd is a single-file C program, so